Colorado Rockies Spring Training Tickets
Colorado Rockies Spring Training Schedule
The excitement of Cactus
League baseball is in full swing and you won't want to miss the great games that are still on the schedule. There is nothing
quite like Spring Training baseball, when fans can escape the chill of winter and journey to the desert of Arizona, where
Spring is in full swing. Before the Colorado Rockies head home to Denver to begin the long 162 game schedule, they play their
Spring Training home games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the newest stadium in the Cactus League. Over a million
and a half people make the trip to the desert to get a sneak peak at their favorite teams and are rewarded with unparalleled
access to to their favorite stars, while watching the games in intimate venues. The Rockies are looking to have another strong
squad in 2014 and will be looking to take the field with their two biggest stars, Troy Tulowitzski and Carlos Gonzalez, finally
healthy again. With a strong National League West again this season, the Colorado Rockies know that they have very little
room for error when they share the same division as the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Still left on
the Cactus League schedule is a fantastic match-up between the Rockies and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, where Rockies
fans will be treated to seeing stars like Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton in person. The Rockies are causing a stir this Spring
with a revamped infield that includes offseason acquisition Justin Morneau, the former Minnesota Twin, who brings an All Star
pedigree to the Rockies. According to Rockies Manager Walt Weiss, this year's infield might defensively be the best the organization
has ever seen, so fans who make the trip down to Scottsdale will get a first look at this special group.
There are so
many great games left on the schedule, like when the Rockies welcome the Seattle Mariners and their newest star Robinson Cano
to Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. You won't want to miss other games against Starlin Castro and the Chicago Cubs, Billy
Butler and the Kansas City Royals and Adam Dunn and the Chicago White Sox. Grab your shorts and sandals from the closet and
get down to Scottsdale to enjoy some warm Arizona weather and watch the Rockies prepare for the upcoming season in this incredible
Colorado Rockies Spring Training Experience
Before they can be the Boys of Summer,
they start off as the Boys of Spring. There is no better indicator that winter in waning and the warmth of spring is upon
us than Spring Training Baseball. The Colorado Rockies play their spring games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, the
newest venue in the Cactus League, a home they share with the hometown Arizona Diamondbacks. This incredible venue is the
best of what the Cactus League has to offer, intimate and cozy, providing fans with unparalleled access to their favorite
players. There is not a bad seat in the house, whether you prefer to sit in the shaded seats or the sprawling, family friendly
lawn area. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is the only venue that is built on Native American land, providing fans with
a beautiful stadium and a look into the rich history and tradition of the local Native American population. The addition of
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick has helped skyrocket Cactus League attendance since it opened in 2011. A trip to Arizona
is the perfect family vacation, where a stay in Scottsdale offers so much more than just baseball. Families can enjoy world
class golf, spa, restaurants and nightlife as well the return of your beloved Colorado Rockies.
The Colorado Rockies of the National League Western Division are looking to make a splash this year and the health
of their stars Troy Tulowitski and Carlos Gonazalez could now have returned at a better time. The division is going to be
tough again this season, and the Rockies are hoping that their offseason acquisitions are enough to keep up with high powered
payrolls like the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Rockies will be without their legendary first baseman Todd Helton, for the first
time in 17 years, a change that will take a little getting used to for diehard Rockies fans, but the addition of Justin Morneau
to man first base should make Rockies fans very comfortable with the change. Spring Training is the time when veterans tune
up and retool for the upcoming season and the time for prospect to shine, in the hopes of making the coveted Opening Day roster.
Don't miss the chance to see all of your favorite Rockies up close and personal at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
Colorado Rockies Trivia
2007 was a magical season for the Colorado Rockies. What amazing feat did the team pull
off down the stretch during this amazing run?
The 2007 Rockies won 21 of their final 22 games in September to make the
playoffs, on to a magical trip all the way to the 2007 World Series.